Qatar University has awarded the design, build and operational contract for its BSL-3 Select Agent Laboratory, a first-of-its-kind research laboratory in the region, to Working Buildings Companies, based in Georgia, US.
The laboratory l
Qatar University (QU) plans to launch an advanced aquaculture research centre by the beginning of 2016, a report said.
QU recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Environment (MoE) for developing th
SEIB Insurance and Reinsurance Company (SEIB) and The College of Arts and Sciences(CAS) at Qatar University (QU) have announced a five-year agreement for student internships and workshops in all the relevant fields at the college.
A research team at Qatar University (QU) has unveiled its latest progress to develop a cheap and efficient “electronic nose” for sensing toxic gases.
The researchers at QU’s multidisciplinary Center for Advanced
Qatar University (QU) has attracted some of the world’s experts in Gulf politics, history and sociology to headline its expanding Masters programme in Gulf Studies.
Now in its second year, the interdisciplinary MA course at
Qatar University (QU) has revealed groundbreaking research into the development of sustainable biofuels, as the country hosts the UN climate change conference COP18.
The state-backed QR45.5 million ($12.5 million) biofuel project
Qatar University (QU) has launched a host of new Masters and PhD programmes in engineering, environmental science, healthcare and pharmacy as well as Arabic language and culture.
An MSc in Biomedical Sciences, which has its initial inta
Qatar University’s College of Law has launched a new bilingual legal journal which addresses themes and topics of relevance to the Gulf and Middle East.
The bi-annual e-journal International Review of Law is available on QScience.com, a pe
Siemens has signed an agreement with Qatar University and Kahramaa to carry out joint efforts on researching and developing energy-efficient systems and solutions to support the rapid development of Qatar’s infrastructure.
The memorandum o
Qatar University said it has implemented a wide range of Microsoft solutions to enhance the educational experience for its 10,000 students and 1,600 faculty and staff.
These solutions are an integral part in helping the university to facil